Couch or Gym? (1 Viewer)

Couch or gym?

  • Couch

    Votes: 17 45.9%
  • Gym

    Votes: 20 54.1%

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Mile-O

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Thought I'd get this forum underway. :D
 
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I've always preferred the couch, but I guess if one could find a willing partner the gym'll do just fine :cool:
 

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i've truied the gym and all my oxygen level got burned .. headache sux
 

MrsGorilla

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Used to be the gym, pre-pregnancy. Now it's neither. :(
 

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reclusivemonkey said:
Couch is o.k. but you have to get out of bed to get there...
LOL !!! This is me...
 

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MrsGorilla said:
Used to be the gym, pre-pregnancy. Now it's neither. :(
I'm with you. However, I have always loved the gym. I plan to try working out at home in a few months, once I can get the little darling to play by herself for a half hour or more.

Lisa
 

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A bit of both :cool:

Don't actually attend a gym but have a little mini gym at home. Used to be really active training 6 nights of the week when I was with my Athletics club but then you have no time for anything else so gave that up.

Still think it's important to work out though especially when you have a job where you sit in front of a pc all day.

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lmnop7854 said:
I'm with you. However, I have always loved the gym. I plan to try working out at home in a few months, once I can get the little darling to play by herself for a half hour or more.

Lisa
I'm going to try to do that as well. It just took me so long to start feeling normal again. My husband is an avid weightlifter though, so we have tons of stuff at home that I can play with as I have time. Finding time + energy is the problem though. :(
 

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Used to do the gym in the winter to keep fit for walking, I don't see the point in walking in the cold and wet, I've not gone this year though, but I do try to walk everywhere and avoid lifts and escalators.

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Brianwarnock said:
Used to do the gym in the winter to keep fit for walking, I don't see the point in walking in the cold and wet, I've not gone this year though, but I do try to walk everywhere and avoid lifts and escalators.

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I also take the stairs at work when I can. I try to walk up to my office at least once a day, which is 8 floors from the basement level where I park.

Awesome pic.
 

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Couch - sometimes you need to get up though to find the TV remote:(

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MrsGorilla said:
I also take the stairs at work when I can. I try to walk up to my office at least once a day, which is 8 floors from the basement level where I park.
In our office, I take my chair wherever possible rather than actually getting up... thats what the wheels are there for right?? ;)
 

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I plan to go to the gym and usually arrive on the couch.
 

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The thing about gyms, there are usually a lot of sweaty people milling around in close quarters.

Brianwarnock said:
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Wondering where Brian went last summer...the Lake District? The Pennine Way? Not Minnesota.

Regards,
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pono1 said:
The thing about gyms, there are usually a lot of sweaty people milling around in close quarters.



Wondering where Brian went last summer...the Lake District? The Pennine Way? Not Minnesota.

Regards,
Tim
Lots of places but that pic was taken from the top of Snowdon, and no I didn't take the train up:D

Brian
 

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How about:

Couch
Gym
Productive Activities, other

???
 

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pono1 said:
The thing about gyms, there are usually a lot of sweaty people milling around in close quarters.
That's part of what encourages me to go ;)
 

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